Devils Retreat

Devils Retreat

Tomalla NSW 2337
Australia

Saturday 10am – 2pm Open today, 10am – 2pm

Sunday 10am – 2pm

Monday 10am – 2pm

Tuesday 10am – 2pm

Wednesday 10am – 2pm

Thursday 10am – 2pm

Friday 10am – 2pm

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Located close to the Aussie Ark conservation facility near Barrington Tops, Devil’s Retreat is a farmstay-style retreat that’s the perfect place to relax with tickets to see the Tassie Devils included!

The accommodation caters for a maximum of 8 guests and is self contained. There is outdoor entertaining with barbecue and a fireplace.

Located just 11kms from the amazing Aussie Ark site, your stay in this 4 bedroom retreat will get you in touch with your wild side!

With all of the essentials to ensure a relaxing getaway in the mountains, you’ll find yourself wishing to stay longer.

You also visit Aussie Ark for a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you’ll remember for years to come. Your stay includes:

  • 2 nights’ accommodation
  • Devils In The Wild Tour – a 2½ hour walking tour of the Aussie Ark facility

Call (02) 4326 5333

Website: Aussieark.org.au

Instagram: @AussieArk

Facebook: @AussieArk

What did others have to say?

Mike Coleman

3 weeks ago

Not only are they doing fantastic works bringing Australian endangered species back from possible extinction, the staff at Devils Ark (now called Aussie Ark) are just brilliant. People return from tours and are still talking positively about there experience 30 minutes later. An absolutely smashing day! 5 stars

Titania Giuliani

a month ago

Absolutely amazing! Fantastic value kids had an amazing time. Road in is terrible but definitely worth the drive. If you are in a sedan take it very slowly. Would definitely go back

Brian Stephens

2 weeks ago

Fantastic place to learn about Tasmanian Devils and other Australian native animals. Your visit helps to support the cause of our endangered animals.

Daniela Hollis

2 weeks ago

So worth the time to visit, Max and Kelly are so knowledgeable on their little friends, have been 3 times and each time we have learnt something new

Philip Nightingale

a month ago

What a fantastic initiative to try and save some Australian native animals